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Dancing For City Ballet As A New Parent

“I was talking to a former dancer, Pauline Golbin, who’s had two babies, and she said, ‘Doesn’t your dancing just feel more efficient?’ I said, ‘That’s a great word for it.’ I don’t use way too much energy anymore, and I can just dance. I’m calmer.”
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